Map: Beauty Lake and Liskeard Lumber roads in northern Lady Evelyn-Smoothwater Park

       
Travel Time
From Hwy 11 at New Liskeard to:
       Gamble Lake
: 2 to 2.5 hours
       Montreal River bridge: 2 to 2.25 hours
Gravel Roads

Caution: Road conditions are unpredictable and maintenance uneven. Washouts, sinkholes and blowdowns occur. Conditions vary year by year, season by season, and sometimes, month by month.

Watch out for logging vehicles and other drivers who often assume they are alone, and drive that way.There is little room to maneuver. Gravel is unforgiving as it does not allow the same response or control as asphalt.

Accidents are too common. There is no rapid emergency-service response or cell signals.

Your only defense is to drive slowly and stay in your lane.

Keep your vehicle well maintained. Worn tires and old batteries put you at risk.

 
Navigating Gamble Lake Road
     (aka Liskeard Lumber)
An easy way to fix your position is to track the culverts and bridge (see map). All the large culverts (that can float a canoe) are just south of Kaa Lake. The sole bridge is just north of the park boundary.

 
 


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